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Nestlé invests in Rs.1.1bn noodle factory

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Nestlé Sri Lanka, the local subsidiary of the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company, opened its new noodle plant at its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Kurunegala a while ago, marking the second phase of its investment commitment of Rs.10 billion in Sri Lanka.
The company’s latest investment, amounting to Rs.1.1 billion, sees the completion of a new noodle manufacturing plant that will increase and upgrade output for Nestlé’s popular MAGGI noodles range. 
The MAGGI noodle manufacturing plant was inaugurated by Maithripala Sirisena, Minister of Health, who presided at the event as Chief Guest; in the presence of Anura. P. Yapa, Minister of Environment; Johnston Fernando, Minister of Co-op & Internal Trade, Jagath Pushpakumara, Minster of Coconut & Janatha Estate Development; and Athula Wijesinghe, Chief Minister – NWP.  

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